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Old 11-23-2005, 05:24 AM   #1
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Default how to achieve this 3d motion

people,

http://www.dedededo.com.ar/

hit "enter"

i would like to share with you all this rather inspiring website from argentina. I was wondering how this is done. Notice that the objects move opposite of the mouse and at different increments on the x and y axis. what i like is the 3d effect. my question is what is the easiest and most logically method to go about designing a page which looks like this. i need some guidance here.

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